Students will be supported and guided through various techniques, including the use of intaglio and relief print presses. The processes learned are then used to print onto different flat surfaces, including found source imagery, specialist printmaking papers, fabrics, latex and light coloured wood.
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Who should take this course?
This course develops thought processes, such as colour theory and composition, which can be applied to many art and design disciplines, including, painting, drawing and photography. It is suitable for beginners and even professional illustrators, designers or artists who would like to add an experimental approach to their work.
Entry requirements: Students should have a good level of spoken English.
Level: This course is appropriate for students of all levels.
Clear, easy to understand lessons:
A certificate of completion:
Techniques will include:
Students should bring the following materials to the first session:
Please bring to the course any previous work; found or personal photographic imagery, fresh colour and black & white laser photocopies, computer based ink jet prints.
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This skills-based and demonstration-led course takes place in a state-of-the-art printmaking studio. Students will explore themes and compositional ideas using both colour and black and white printed collage methods. These outcomes are then translated into handmade printmaking techniques.